The museum at Skógar is actually several museums rolled into one. One corner of the basement area contains a small natural history collection, mostly birds, both stuffed and skeletal. Then there is this small collection of unusual sheep:
These four-horned sheep are not hugely uncommon in Iceland and some farmers breed them. I have seen them with three, four and five horns, but four seems to be the most common number.
Unusual horn placement.
We now move into freak-show territory: